Mar 26, 13
Read from March 18 to 25, 2013, read count: 2
A lot of great stories. At the end of the book the author mentions that many people that read this type of book are looking for concise answer to the question, How do I change a habit. The author gives us the framework of habits and then some good ways to identify and modify them. This book I think is better than most because it sets realistic expectations that habit change is going to take work. It also gives us tools to identify what a habit looks like and where exactly to apply the efforts to make the change. I appreciated the stories because they kept me engaged but sometimes I did think that I forgot why I was reading the book. The stories were long detailed and distracting.